Experience the rich history and culture of Aldeaquemada in Jaén with the inauguration of the Centro de Interpretación del Arte Rupestre de Sierra Morena Oriental. This unique project, funded by the Junta de Andalucía through European Structural and Investment Funds, showcases the ancient rock paintings that have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Join the Consejero de Turismo, Cultura y Deporte, Arturo Bernal, as he unveils this remarkable center, showcasing the prehistoric heritage of Aldeaquemada. Explore the 5,000-year-old rock art, declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1998, and immerse yourself in the history of this extraordinary municipality.

This new center offers a glimpse into the rich culture and natural beauty of Aldeaquemada, allowing visitors to explore the outdoor museum of 19 rock art sites before or after their visit. The striking natural landscapes and the town’s cultural and historical treasures make it a hidden gem for travelers seeking a unique and awe-inspiring experience.

The Centro de Interpretación del Arte Rupestre de Sierra Morena Oriental features a modern design that blends seamlessly with the traditional materials of the area, offering a sustainable approach to energy consumption. This project is part of the government’s commitment to promoting Jaén as a premier destination for cultural and natural tourism.

Discover the timeless beauty of Aldeaquemada and its ancient rock art through this innovative center, a testament to the rich heritage of Andalucía and a must-see attraction for travelers seeking a one-of-a-kind experience. Visit now and be captivated by the timeless allure of this extraordinary UNESCO World Heritage site.